Are you consuming enough vitamin B12? You will believe that you must do this to stay healthy.
The body benefits greatly from Vitamin B12. Both your DNA and red blood cells are supported.
You must get vitamin B12 from animal diets or supplements because your body cannot produce it. And you should do it more often. Although vitamin B12 can be kept in the liver for up to five years, if your diet doesn’t help keep it stable, you may not eventually meet your requirements.
What should I get?
Your age, dietary habits, health, and current prescription use all factor into the answer.
Recommendations for average age in micrograms (mcg):
0.4 mcg for infants up to 6 months of age
Children 7 to 12 months: 0.5 mcg